A father and son allegedly employed by a City Power contractor have been arrested, for soliciting a R40 000 bribe from a resident.
The City of Johannesburg says it has been informed that the labour unrest taking place at the Driving Licensing Card Account (DLCA) may have affected applications for driving licenses.
The City of Johannesburg has offered a substantial reward in connection with what it says was sabotage at the Eikenhof substation on Monday, leading to a power outage and extensive water cuts.
The African National Congress in Johannesburg has elected unopposed, Geoff Makhubo as the regional chairperson at its elective conference currently underway in Sandton, north of the city.
The South African Waste Pickers Association has expressed its dissatification over the City of Johannesburg’s announcement that from this Sunday residents will be required to separate recyclable material from their waste before disposing of it.